My family agrees Dole Pineapple Whip is the Best Disney Snack or treat at any of the Disney Parks. You can only find this treat at Disney’s Polynesian and the Magic Kingdom.
Disney Dole Whip is so delicious I had to try making a similar one at home using my Vitamix.
There are only two places you can get this magical treat inside Disney World. One place to get a Dole Pineapple Whip is at the Magic Kingdom, and the other is at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. Better yet, try making this delicious Dole Pineapple Whip Treat at home.
If you Google popular snacks or treats at Disney World, you will see this Dole Pineapple Whip. Dole Pineapple Whip is one of the most popular treats at Disney. It is cold, creamy, and a tropical delight. It is not ice cream. Pineapple Whip is much lighter than ice cream but does taste a lot like pineapple ice cream.
After blending up the drained crushed pineapple, lemon juice, lime juice, and sugar, put in a gallon zip lock bag. Place flat in the freezer for 1-2 hours until slushy. Next, you fold it into the heavy cream that has been whipped, freeze again, and ENJOY!
I froze this pineapple mixture thoroughly and then added it to my Vitamix after whipping the heavy cream.
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Instructions to Make Dole Pineapple Whip using a Vitamix
I left the pineapple in the freezer too long, and it was very frozen. So, I decided to put it in the Vitamix. I added the heavy cream and turned the Vitamix on. It was perfect in less than a minute. I did not even have to return it back to the freezer for another hour. I just love my Vitamix. Everything I make in it is so quick and easy.
The next time you order a smoothie, milkshake, iced coffee, or any other frozen drink, notice what type of blender they use. Chances are they use a Vitamix. They are powerful! This is my first post about food I have made using my Vitamix. I have a feeling I will be posting many more recipes using myVitamix. MY Vitamix replaces several kitchen appliances including my food processor, blender, ice cream maker and more. I cannot wait until fall when I can try preparing soups in my Vitamix. Vitamix claims you can cook soups in just a couple of minutes. If you are interested in getting a Vitamix, I have found the best places to look are Sam’s and QVC.
I am sad to say that Vitamix did not give me a machine to give away nor was I compensated in any way. I just enjoy my Vitamix a lot and wanted to tell you my opinion of this great kitchen appliance.
Instructions to Make Dole Pineapple Whip WITHOUT a Vitamix –
Dole Pineapple Whip Using Vitamix
Author: Diane @Recipesforourdailybread
- 2 (20 ounces) cans Dole crushed pineapple with juice
- Two tablespoons lemon juice
- Two tablespoons lime juice
- ⅓ cup sugar
- 1-1/2 cups heavy whipping cream, whipped
- Drain the pineapple, save and set aside two tablespoons of juice.
- Add pineapple, lemon juice, lime juice, sugar and the two tablespoons pineapple juice to the blender.
- Blend until smooth and frothy. See picture (scrape the sides to get all the pineapple blended)
- Freeze the pineapple mixture for 1 to 2 hours or until slushy.
- Whip the heavy cream.
- Add the slushy pineapple to the whipped cream and stir until smooth.
- Return to the freezer until frozen about an hour.
Update on this Dole Pineapple Recipe
In the recipe above I blended the pineapple, and froze it. Next, I whipped the heavy cream added the pineapple in it and returned it back to the freezer for an hour.
This time, I decided to add all the ingredients to my blender at the same time including the heavy cream. I blended it for about a minute until the sound of the Vitamix changed. Next, I placed the Pineapple Whip in a freezer container and froze it for about an hour. It worked just as well. It will work and be delicious if you freeze it before you blend it or after you blend it.
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